Upcoming Events: July 2011

BY CCIA Staff
July 1, 2011

CCIA will be hosting events in July to celebrate the release its latest two publications, “Fair Use in the U.S. Economy: 2011” and “Public Policy for the Cloud: How Policymakers Can Enable Cloud Computing”. The details are below:

Monday, July 11

Fair Use to the U.S. Economy: 2011

Cannon Building Caucus Room

12:30pm – 2:00pm

Just how valuable is balanced copyright to the economy? How much technology innovation relies on IP flexibility? CCIA breaks down the numbers in the third installment of its study, “Fair Use to the U.S. Economy”.

Using publicly available Commerce Department data and a methodology developed by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), our panel of economic experts will discuss the study’s findings, calculating the prevalence of fair use and discussing its impact on the economy. Complimentary lunch will be provided*.

Please send RSVPs to Maggie Clark or call (202) 782-0070 ext 120.

 

Tuesday, July 19

“How Public Policy Can Enable Cloud Computing – Driving Innovation, Investment & Job Creation Beyond the IT Sector”

Rayburn Building, Room B-340

12:15pm – 2:00pm

CCIA’s latest white paper dissects an innovation poised to change the technological needs of businesses around the world – cloud computing.  To launch  “Public Policy for the Cloud: How Policymakers can Enable Cloud Computing”, CCIA will host a panel discussion of this remote technology.

“How Public Policy Can Enable Cloud Computing – Driving Innovation, Investment & Job Creation Beyond the IT Sector” will take a look at the rapid growth of cloud computing, and business and industry experts will explore its potential benefits and the important role the policymakers will play in shaping its success. Complimentary lunch will be provided*.

Please send RSVPs to Maggie Clark or call (202) 782-0070 ext 120.

Want to get a jump on the cloud computing discussion? Check out our latest blog post, The Cloud In A Box at CCIA’s Innovation Policy Post.

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